the water on saturday, to gauge the competition at 8:00 on sunday. right now, the swell is pretty small. these are the current buoy readings. just 3 feet in half moon bay. that all changes. this weather system producing these swells is about 4,000 miles away. as we look at the wind in the pacific, here's a system i'm tracking right here. it's out by japan. hurricane force winds, over 4,000 miles away, or about almost 4,000 miles away, and pumping swell in this direction. high surf advisory goes into affect saturday. it takes a while for that swell to get here. it's going to be big. we'll talk more about that, and how we're going right to the forecast for the morning. temperatures will be cold again. 30degrees tomorrow morning in santa rosa. 30 in napa. 33 in vallejo. freezing temperatures, no advisories, but there will be frost on the windchills. ice on parts of the roadways, and might even be a little bit of fog. tomorrow starts off cool.